Leopallooza returns for a 11th edition, once again taking place within 'The Wyldes' a custom made festival site set in a scenic, lush valley in North Cornwall, only a few miles from some of the best beaches in the UK.
Leopallooza, happens at Lower Exe Farm, Week St Mary, near Bude, North Cornwall, this year over three days from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th July 2017.
The headliners are The Cribs, and Maximo Park, with Gabrielle Aplin, Sunset Sons, Amber Run, The Japanese House, Pulled Apart by Horses, Spring King, Coasts, Clean Cut Kid, Krrum and many more. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
The festival will play host to new bands and artists in the UK, as well as the cream of the regional music scene, across seven stages. As well as homegrown talent, Leopallooza attracts bands, musicians & DJs from around the world.
Tickets are on sale currently priced from £110, including family tickets priced at £230, and Golden Squirrel tickets are priced from £180. Children aged 0-5 years tickets are free, tickets for children aged 6-11 years are £20 with Sunday and student tickets also available.
The festival will feature seven stages, including two new additions: the Punkomedy stand-up comedy stage, and a platform for the county’s local musical talent supported by BBC Music Introducing in Cornwall. The 20 food vendors at the festival will serve a wide variety of menus suitable for all tastes and price ranges.
Families and those with young children are well catered for, with a dedicated kids' area and crèche. .
More information will be here when available.
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